As this Meme is brand new, although we have lots of ideas floating around between the 2 of us... we were wondering if you have any suggestions?

Do you like the idea of having a different question each week? or would you prefer it be the same thing each week. i.e Tell us about what you read this week and why it was so amazing

Thanks for joining us! we look forward to all of your posts starting Monday January 14, 2013 and we are open to any and all suggestions you might have for us!

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I like the idea of having different questions each week.

Rivie @ Bookshelf

Okay! We'll also have a formspring box so that participators can enter their own questions they might see in future weeks!

Is there anything you guys would like to see? Something that would make you more interested in joining each week?

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